3 Days, 3 Quotes – Dune

Good afternoon! Welcome to day two of fun quotes! Chizure from Of Midnight Ravings originally tagged me to do the 3 Days, 3 Quotes tag. Thank you so much for the tag!

The tag is self-explanatory. For three consecutive days, I am to share three quotes. I decided to mix it up a little bit. I will choose three of my favourite books of all-time and share three quotes from them respectively on each day. I am a bit of a quote-addict, so sticking to one would be very difficult for me. At the end of the post, I get to pick three bloggers to do the tag (if they want to; no obligation).


Today’s book is Dune by Frank Herbert; the pivotal hard science-fiction novel that made me fall in love with the genre as well as opened my mind to a whole new world of imagination, intellect, and understanding.

“The willow submits to the wind and prospers until one day it is many willows – a wall against the wind.”


“How often it is that the angry man rages denial of what his inner self is telling him.”


“Much that was called religion has carried an unconscious attitude of hostility toward life. True religion must teach that life is filled with joys pleasing to the eye of God, that knowledge without action is empty. All men must see that the teaching of religion by rules and rote is largely a hoax. The proper teaching is recognized with ease. You can know it without fail because it awakens within you that sensation which tells you this is something you’ve always known.”

Another book I can quote the shit out of. ♥


Friends I’m tagging:

Thank you for stopping by today! Until next time, keep reading and keep otakuing, friends. 💙


 

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